O estudo das arboviroses transmitidas por vetores no IHMT

  • Carla Alexandra Sousa Unidade de Ensino e Investigação de Parasitologia Médica/UPMM, Instituto de Higiene e Medicina Tropical, Universidade Nova de Lisboa.
  • Ricardo Manuel Soares Parreira Grupo de Virologia, Unidade de Ensino e Investigação de Microbiologia Médica/ UPMM, Instituto de Higiene e Medicina Tropical, Universidade Nova de Lisboa
Palavras-chave: IHMT, arboviruses, dengue, Aedes aegypti, Aedes albopictus

Resumo

O estudo das doenças transmitidas por vetores sempre foi uma área de interesse do Instituto do Higiene do Medicina Tropical (IHMT). Após a erradicação da malária em Portugal a atividade do IHMT neste domínio do conhecimento centrou-se principalmente no estudo destas patologias nas regiões tropicais e subtropicais. No entanto, com a (re)emergência de algumas destas doenças a nível global, nomeadamente arboviroses como a febre de dengue e de Chikungunya, a atividade do IHMT não só se intensificou como passou a refletir uma preocupação crescente com a vulnerabilidade dos territórios nacionais a estas patologias. Tal preocupação veio culminar com a declaração de um surto de dengue na ilha da Madeira o que impulsionou o IHMT a expandir a sua atividade muito além da pesquisa científica para as áreas da monitorização, vigilância e controlo vetorial destas patologias.

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